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RE: STRDBG problem



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Hi Carel
to use STRDBG you DO have to STRDBG ALWUPD(*YES), and that is the problem.
This is taking place on out production system, and the auditing concern was
that while in debug, production data COULD be changed (using EVAL) and
there was no way to capture this change.



Alan Shore
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midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 07/02/2008 03:10:51 PM:

Perhaps I misunderstood the question or do not understand any implication
of SOX, but ...

Should you not STRDBG ALWUPD(*YES) to change values in debug and update
the
output. whether PF, DSPF or PRTF?

If you don ont start it like that, you cannot run debug properly, when a
programme contains updateble files. It warns you for that.

If there is an update in the file, use journalling, triggers and other
traditional auditing tools available.

With regards,
Carel Teijgeler

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On 2-7-2008 at 12:57 Alan Shore wrote:

Thanks for your reply Shannon.
I understand the STRDBG can change production data. My question relates
to
how can I capture some audit trail of what happens while in STRDBG



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